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Mike McCarthy Press Conf. Transcript - Dec. 16

Posted Dec 16, 2010


(Any update on Rodgers since yesterday?)
Really, Aaron Rodgers' status is the same as yesterday. There will be no change in his status, at the earliest tomorrow, and at the latest Saturday. I have nothing new to report. He's making progress, and he's under the care of the medical staff.

(If he can't watch film or be in meetings, do you just have him stay home and rest?)
He's just really under the care of John Gray, and just going through the guidelines that he has in place. That's the normal procedure. As far as his preparation, and the availability to play Sunday, that's really something that we'll address probably later tomorrow or Saturday. We'll make a decision by Saturday. I think it will be clear by the time we travel to New England what we're going to do as far as Aaron Rodgers is concerned. I don't want to take this to the game. It's not going to be a game-time decision.

(Are you optimistic about Colledge?)
He practiced today, so really, we'll see how he responds. Just knowing Daryn's history, I would be surprised if he does not play. But we'll see how he came out of the practice today, and we'll see how he responds in the morning to the medical evaluation.

(So with Aaron, this was another day he was not in meetings again?)
I'm not going to get into the ifs and buts of Aaron. Aaron Rodgers is making progress. I have nothing else to report.

 
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